Never had a bad meal here, usually get the drunken noodles and spicy basil. Service is quick and friendly staff. Great for dine in our take out.
Visited this little local whilst staying in J.P . and we were pleasantly surprised - sat out the back in the " courtyard " area which is basically a concrete area with a few potplants , tables and fairy lights - I'm guessing looks much better at night than during the day and beats sitting on the main road. Food... More
I went here with a co worker and ordered several appitizers and dinner. As we entered it looked like a take out restaurant. The wait staff said they have another room for dine in. That room was better, but not fantsy. We ordered several appetizers and most of them were just ok. I ordered the spicy basil rice with chicken... More
Culinary competition should create better results. That location is packed with options for a global selection of food. Simply stated- go somewhere else. For birthday parties they literally turn the lights out so you can't see your hand in front of your face; the Pad Thai dishes were lacking separation from supermarket to-go meals; rice was hardened like it had... More
We love Wonder Spice. It is the only restaurant in the Boston area to serve authentic Cambodian food. Try the Loc Lac (a traditional beef dish), chicken or tofu basil (with a lovely spicy sauce), chicken satay (fabulous!) - to name a few dishes. The food is very fresh, the atmosphere is great for families, and the restaurant itself is... More
When we lived in JP and were moving, we decided to stay in JP and Wonder Spice's proximity was a large part of this decision. Everything about it makes it the best. food: amazing. service: perfect (the owner is the sweetest lady ever and always makes sure u loved it) its just the best. end of story. PS: try the... More
Decent, but there are better JP restuarants
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